Filming in Guthrie
Guthrie, Oklahoma features impressive period architecture from the early century in its historic downtown, which has proven to be a major draw for filmmakers in Central Oklahoma. Unique locations like the Scottish Rite Masonic Temple and Dominion House add to the town’s robust portfolio of locations with the city having hosted a number of recent film productions, including the forthcoming feature films “Black Bags,” “God’s Not Dead: We The People,” and “Reagan” to name a few. With its convenient proximity to the Oklahoma City metro, film-friendly local government/business/resident support, and long list of local filming resources, Guthrie is a great location for your next film!
“The City of Guthrie has a long-standing history of ardent support for the state’s film and television industry …” said Oklahoma Film & Music Office Director Tava Maloy Sofsky. “Our office is grateful for Guthrie’s dedicated leadership, businesses and community members who have played a role in successfully hosting productions in their community as well as state leaders like Senator Chuck Hall (R-District 20) of Guthrie who championed our recent film legislation to ensure continued workforce development and economic impact in Oklahoma’s communities from the film and television industry for years to come.”
Browse film-friendly locations in Guthrie in the Oklahoma Locations Directory.
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